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4-H Re-Enrollment and Ice Cream Parties

Minnesota 4-H families are reminded and encouraged to go to 4HOnline to enroll/re-enroll both youth members and adult volunteers.  The process is quick and easy; even families with multiple members should be done in ten minutes or less.  Re-enrolling early ensures that critical communications will be received, especially as it relates to deadlines and project specific information.  Detailed information about online enrollment and reenrollment is available on 4HOnline.

As part of enrolling or re-enrolling, youth, their parents and adult volunteers will all be agreeing to an updated Code of Conduct, which is available for review on Minnesota 4-H website. If you are an adult who is willing to share your time and talents to make a difference, 4-H needs you! The first step to becoming an adult 4-H volunteer is to complete the volunteer screening process. Learn more on the Minnesota 4-H website

Cloverbud policy, reminder this year youth K-2 are considered cloverbuds. Anyone in 3rd grade will be moved to full 4-Her status. For youth in 3rd grade this year, we ask that when re-enrolling you pick out project areas instead of just the cloverbud project area.

4-H Clubs who have all their member annual enrollments completed on-line or turned in by December 1, 2017, will receive $20 for an ice cream celebration!  Enroll on-line today at 4-HOnline.  All returning 4-H members & leaders should enroll on-line. A computer is available at the Extension Office Monday through Friday from 8:00-4:00 for families who cannot access a computer at home or at their local library.  Call to schedule!


Katherine Zimmer
County 4-H Program Coordinator
(320) 231-7890
Katie Petty
Kandiyohi County Ag 4-H Program Coordinator
(320) 231-7890
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